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... was the source of the legend of the 'Lost City of Atlantis'.
But it is the architecture that create the stunning uniqueness that is Santorini. The white cubist style buildings that hug the cliffs and seem so organic in the way they nestle along side each other are truly beautiful. Especially when viewed at sunset while sitting in a terrace cafe, sipping ouzo and breathing in the beauty.
Caught the local bus to Oia, a little ...
... with cinnamon, honey, walnuts) and when I began to chastise him about his choice he informed me that wouldn’t really be worse than covering it in syrup. True, I guess.
Next stop may have been the best thing. They had a laundry where we dropped off Alex’s clothes. Now this thrilled him and me! He has been living out of his backpack since he left for Amsterdam more than a week ago. Our original plan included a trip to Aegina, the island ...
... a somewhat amusing trend in the life of the temples in the Mediterranean. Firstly they'll start out as a temple, then the Ottomans will arrive, and while there will be some rape pillage murder and destruction, with the really big buildings they were far more likely just to convert the temples in mosques. And then the Christians will arrive and repeat - this time though the now mosque ex-temple will become a church. Then a more secular government will come into power the ...
... vineyard visit. We could have easily done without that but never mind. When we got back to the ship, we watched the donkeys walking up and down the hill through binoculars. I'm really glad that we couldn't see many people on the donkey's backs. Poor things looked absolutely miserable...donkeys not tourists! Maybe one day they'll get rid of the donkey torture but I won't hold my breath. Stepping down off my soapbox ...
... br> After we returned the quad, we climbed to Thira's caldera to watch the sunset and the wandering tourists. The area is crammed with small jewelry, boutique clothing and souvenir shops of interest to tourists, and expensive restaurants - all clinging to the cliff. We watched the teams of donkeys which carry tourists up the side of the cliff and the more modern gondola.
Romantic Santorini is definitely a destination that everyone must see. However, 2 days was plenty for ...